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TUSAAG suspends intended strike

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The Technical University Senior Administrators’ Association of Ghana (TUSAAG) has called off its planned strike, which was set to begin on Monday, January 8.

According to the Association, this decision follows constructive discussions with the Ministers of Education, Employment, and Labour Relations.

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“In view of the interventions made by the Minister of Education, Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, the GTEC, the FWSC, and the commitment of the Vice Chancellors of Technical Universities of Ghana, to fully implement the Roll Over, the NEC of TUSAAG suspends the intended strike action with immediate effect.”

TUSAAG expressed pleasure with the progress made during conversations with government officials in a press release published on Monday.

In a statement issued on January 1, TUSAAG cited the failure by the management of Accra Technical University (ATU) and Koforidua Technical University (KTU) to implement the roll-over conditions for qualified personnel, leading to the premature termination of the employment of affected staff members.

 

As a result, the organization advised its members to stay calm and carry out their responsibilities in accordance with their mandates.

TUSAAG has lamented the lack of various Technical Universities’ management to address their members’ issues after repeated interactions.

 

 

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